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sportsman
06-10-2009, 2:07 PM
looking for some help i am looking for some cz 9mm mags and can not find any is there another brand that would work

Big Dog Howie
06-10-2009, 2:14 PM
I did some searching and found 10 rnd for cz 75/85 series in 9mm for $36 at
www.TacticalGunArmory.com.It shows them in stock,hope this helps

sportsman
06-10-2009, 3:06 PM
thanks for the help ordered 2

Big Dog Howie
06-10-2009, 6:28 PM
Glad to help,still waiting for my 10 rnd from czcustoms,when I ordered my SP01 they were out.Mecgar makes a great OEM mag but no 10 rnd.

railroader
06-10-2009, 8:57 PM
Mec-gar use to make 10 rounders for the cz75b. They probably pop up now and then on the gun auctions. Mark

sprintcar
06-10-2009, 9:34 PM
I picked up a couple Pro Mags at the last gun show for $19ea. So far they have worked 100%.

jimmythebrain
06-11-2009, 11:26 AM
I bought two ProMags for my CZ 75 about one year ago. They jammed up the gun. Ultimately I sent them back to Midway for a refund. I use factory or Mecgar mags now and have no magazine issues.

I had problems with Pro-Mag magazines in one other pistol. I do not even waste my time trying to use Pro-Mag magazines any more, not even just for range use. Some may have luck with them, but I have not. My advise is to avoid Pro-Mag, save up your money and get better quality magazines. A $1000 semi-auto becomes a single-shot (on no-shot) if the magazine fails.

Turbinator
06-11-2009, 4:03 PM
Mec Gar is the way to go.

Turby

sportsman
06-11-2009, 4:38 PM
does a cz 75 take the same mag as a cz 75bd thought they were the same

Rust
06-11-2009, 6:16 PM
i use Witness mags in my cz-75b. It's 40sw but i assume the 9mm are interchangeable as well.

markw
06-11-2009, 7:14 PM
The witness, and baby eagle mags both work. The BD is just the decocker model, same mag. I think it's when you get into some of the newer omega stuff that the mags changed. Look on czcustom.com that will tell you.

HCz
06-11-2009, 8:50 PM
Promags I have has been very good to me, but I'd still side with caution.

Try ghostholster.com for CZ magazines.

markw
06-11-2009, 9:22 PM
ghostholster is now http://www.czcustom.com great service, got my grips from them.

RaceDay
06-11-2009, 9:45 PM
I bought two ProMags for my CZ 75 about one year ago. They jammed up the gun. Ultimately I sent them back to Midway for a refund. I use factory or Mecgar mags now and have no magazine issues.

I had problems with Pro-Mag magazines in one other pistol. I do not even waste my time trying to use Pro-Mag magazines any more, not even just for range use. Some may have luck with them, but I have not. My advise is to avoid Pro-Mag, save up your money and get better quality magazines. A $1000 semi-auto becomes a single-shot (on no-shot) if the magazine fails.

+1 to beware of Pro-Mag. I bought one and the thing hung up in the frame when I was putting it in the gun. What the heck? I was almost thinking they sent some other mag in the CZ01 box (or whatever the model number was).

That said, I just bought a pair of Pro-Mags for a P5. I am hoping that out of the two, I can get one decent magazine that works.

I've had no issues with CZ mags or MecGars.

gwl
06-13-2009, 7:04 PM
Mec-Gar and OEM mags all the way.

I've only had one ProMag for the CZ and it was horrible. The tension on the spring was so light the rounds kept jamming up. After switching to the Mec-Gar mags the problem stopped.